• SYND 27-1-72 HOWARD HUGHES BIOGRAPHY AUTHOR, CLIFFORD IRVING, PRESS CONFERENCE

    (27 Jan 1972) Howard Hughes Biography author, Clifford Irving, and his lawyer, Martin Ackerman, speak to press You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9ad5596dbdf8c40e2485625aebfff0cc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Will the Real Howard Hughes...

    Thirty-seven years ago this week, the nation was enthralled with the scandal that Clifford Irving's biography of Howard Hughes may be a fraud.

    published: 21 Jan 2009
  • Clifford Irving, Howard Hughes prankster, has died at 87

    (21 Dec 2017) CLIFFORD IRVING, HOWARD HUGHES PRANKSTER, HAS DIED AT 87 Clifford Irving, whose scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s and stands as one of the all-time literary hoaxes, died after being admitted to hospice care. He was 87. Irving's wife, Julie Irving, confirmed that he died Tuesday (19 DEC. 2017) at a hospice near his Sarasota home, The New York Times reported . She said he had been admitted there after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a week earlier. A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes. His elaborate ruse became the subject of the 2006 movie "The Hoax," starring Richard Gere. Irving served...

    published: 26 Dec 2017
  • SYND 18-8-72 INTERVIEW WITH EDITH IRVING, WIFE OF CLIFFORD IRVING

    (18 Aug 1972) Interview with Edith Irving, wife of Clifford Irving, currently serving 2 months in prison for her part in the the forgery of the Howard Hughes Biography You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6ee74b9af3597a5e8ece3af5757fb74b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • SYND 29-8-72 HOAX AUTHOR, CLIFFORD IRVING, BEGINS JAIL SENTENCE

    (28 Aug 1972) Clifford Irving, found guilty of faking Howard Hughe's autobiography, begins serving a prison sentence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d84f6aed77632b3b13e7ab2f7ceba072 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • SYND 15-2-74 CLIFFORD IRVING RELEASED IN NEW YORK AND SPEAKS TO PRESS

    (14 Feb 1974) Clifford Irving, writer of false "autobiography" of Howard Hughes, is released in New York and speaks to reporters. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e9013a0437aee529467c0c5650645f9c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • F for FAKE (O.Welles,1974).

    Documental sobre el fraude y las falsificaciones que se centra en la figura del falsificador Elmyr de Hory y su biógrafo, Clifford Irving, autor que también escribió la fraudulenta biografía de Howard Hughes. Así mismo relata la reclusión de Hughes y la carrera de Welles, que comenzó con la emisión radiofónica de una falsa invasión marciana: "The War of the Worlds". (FILMAFFINITY) Orson Welles' free-form documentary about fakery focusses on the notorious art forger Elmyr de Hory and Elmyr's biographer, Clifford Irving, who also wrote the celebrated fraudulent Howard Hughes autobiography, then touches on the reclusive Hughes and Welles' own career (which started with a faked resume and a phony Martian invasion). On the way, Welles plays a few tricks of his own on the audience. Grabación d...

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  • Remembering Clifford Irving

    Remembering Clifford Irving

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  • Howard Hughes prankster, Clifford Irving dies aged 87 | Breaking News US/Australia

    ★More News Channel - Entertainment Video►► http://bit.ly/2zUac3v Clifford Irving, whose scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s, died after being admitted to hospice care aged 87.Irving's wife, Julie Irving, confirmed that he died Tuesday at a hospice near his Sarasota home in Florida, The New York Times reported.She said he had been admitted there after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a week earlier.A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes.This is a less profitable rouse than that of The Hitler Diaries. Konrad Kujau faked sixty volumes of journals that he claimed were written by Adolf Hitler. The books were bo...

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  • "A History of Our Rights"

    a short film by Lisa Russell about the Clifford Irving - Howard Hughes biography case, one of Alan Hruska's most famous cases as a litigator

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  • Clifford Irving, whose ‘autobiography’ of Howard Hughes nearly fooled the nation, dies a

    Clifford Irving, whose ‘autobiography’ of Howard Hughes nearly fooled the nation, dies a Clifford Irving, whose ‘autobiography’ of Howard Hughes nearly fooled the nation, dies a Clifford Irving, whose ‘autobiography’ of Howard Hughes nearly fooled the nation, dies a Subscribe my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCQc1j70Bc0O_jIgdIiL3aw?sub_confirmation=1

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  • LIB 3-5-74 EDITH IRVING RELEASED FROM PRISON

    (3 May 1974) Edith Irving released from prison after serving a sentence for fraud in relation to the fake biograohy of Howard Hughes written by Mrs. Irving and her husband Clifford. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1b9f6cf466b481b0f45d905d14adf67a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

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  • Clifford Irving Author of a Notorious Literary Hoax Dies at 87

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  • American author Clifford Irving died at 87

    Clifford Michael Irving was born on November 5, 1930 and died on December 19, 2017. He was an American novelist and investigative reporter. Although he published 20 novels, he is best known for an "autobiography" allegedly written as told to Irving by billionaire recluse Howard Hughes.The fictional work was to have been published in 1972. After Hughes denounced him and sued the publisher, McGraw-Hill, Irving and his collaborators confessed to the hoax. http://deadobituary.com/

    published: 22 Dec 2017
  • Clifford Irving, author of bogus Howard Hughes autobiography, dies at 87

    Clifford Irving, author of bogus Howard Hughes autobiography, dies at 87 Clifford Irving, author of bogus Howard Hughes autobiography, dies at 87 Clifford Irving, author of bogus Howard Hughes autobiography, dies at 87 Subscribe my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkh70VCj_9BLuV4L26bxI5Q?sub_confirmation=1

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  • Clifford Irving, author of notorious Howard Hughes literary hoax, dies at 87 - LA Times

    Clifford Irving, author of notorious Howard Hughes literary hoax, dies at 87 - LA Times Clifford Irving, author of notorious Howard Hughes literary hoax, dies at 87 - LA Times Clifford Irving, author of notorious Howard Hughes literary hoax, dies at 87 - LA Times Subscribe my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC04DSZPu6YE7NklNd_7pig?sub_confirmation=1

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  • Untitled Modiglianis - featuring Clifford Irving from "F for Fake"

    Featuring an interview with Clifford Irving - and the work of Joseph, Sofia, Sophie, Veronica, Nathan, Boris and (a posthumous) Orson Welles. With footage from "F for Fake," (1975).

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  • Breaking News - Howard Hughes prankster, Clifford Irving dies aged 87

    Clifford Irving, whose scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s, died after being admitted to hospice care aged 87.Irving's wife, Julie Irving, confirmed that he died Tuesday at a hospice near his Sarasota home in Florida, The New York Times reported.She said he had been admitted there after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a week earlier.A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes.This is a less profitable rouse than that of The Hitler Diaries. Konrad Kujau faked sixty volumes of journals that he claimed were written by Adolf Hitler. The books were bought for 9.9 million Deustch Marks (around $4 million) in 1981.Cliff...

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  • Eye To Eye: Richard Gere's Latest Film (CBS News)

    Clifford Irving fooled the world with his fake autobiography of Howard Hughes. Richard Gere talks with Erin Moriarty about playing the master of the hoax in his latest film. (CBSNews.com)

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  • The Hoax | 'The Check' (HD) - Richard Gere, Alfred Molina | MIRAMAX

    Irving uses the publishers' increasing desire for the hit autobiography to leverage even larger paychecks for himself and "Hughes." In this scene: Clifford Irving (Richard Gere), Shelton Fisher (Stanley Tucci) About The Hoax: The Hoax is the thrilling and unbelievably true story of the man who nearly pulled off the media scam of the 20th century. In the early 1970s, author Clifford Irving writes a fake biography of reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes, claiming that Hughes commissioned it, and sells the book to publishing giant McGraw-Hill. His credibility continually questioned as the ante is upped at every turn, Irving is forced to maintain the increasingly difficult charade as he strong-arms McGraw Hill to pay an unheard-of one million dollars for the rights to the story, acquires the ...

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • NEXUS Sessions - Clifford Irving b2b Nicolson - Vinyl Special

    In preparation for the next instalment of NEXUS parties in Brasil: SP on September 14th and POA on September 16th, Head honcho Nicolson has recorded a very special vinyl only B2B with our special guest for these parties: Clifførd Irving.

    published: 03 Sep 2017
  • Eye To Eye: Richard Gere's Latest Film

    Clifford Irving fooled the world with his fake autobiography of Howard Hughes. Richard Gere talks with Erin Moriarty about playing the master of the hoax in his latest film. (CBSNews.com)

    published: 03 Apr 2007
  • Remembering Dick Enberg, Mamie “Peanut” Johnson, Clifford Irving

    There Is No Crying At Cooperstown THE VERSATILE SPORTSCASTER, THE AMAZING NEGRO LEAGUE FEMALE PITCHER, AND AN INTERNATIONAL HOAX Dick Enberg was one of the most prolific sportscasters of our generation. He broadcast every sport from baseball to the Olympics with a knowledgeable, listenable style. He is one of the only members of the broadcast wings of the Halls of Fame for baseball, football and basketball. Mamie “Peanut” Johnson was the African-American girl who played professional baseball in the 1950’s as a pitcher for the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro Leagues. Clifford Irving was the writer who produced an autobiography of Howard Hughes that generated worldwide publicity but was ultimately discovered to be a hoax. Richard Alan Enberg (January 9, 1935 – December 21, 2017) was ...

    published: 09 Jan 2018
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SYND 27-1-72 HOWARD HUGHES BIOGRAPHY AUTHOR, CLIFFORD IRVING, PRESS CONFERENCE

SYND 27-1-72 HOWARD HUGHES BIOGRAPHY AUTHOR, CLIFFORD IRVING, PRESS CONFERENCE

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(27 Jan 1972) Howard Hughes Biography author, Clifford Irving, and his lawyer, Martin Ackerman, speak to press You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9ad5596dbdf8c40e2485625aebfff0cc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Will the Real Howard Hughes...

Will the Real Howard Hughes...

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Thirty-seven years ago this week, the nation was enthralled with the scandal that Clifford Irving's biography of Howard Hughes may be a fraud.
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Clifford Irving, Howard Hughes prankster, has died at 87

Clifford Irving, Howard Hughes prankster, has died at 87

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(21 Dec 2017) CLIFFORD IRVING, HOWARD HUGHES PRANKSTER, HAS DIED AT 87 Clifford Irving, whose scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s and stands as one of the all-time literary hoaxes, died after being admitted to hospice care. He was 87. Irving's wife, Julie Irving, confirmed that he died Tuesday (19 DEC. 2017) at a hospice near his Sarasota home, The New York Times reported . She said he had been admitted there after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a week earlier. A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes. His elaborate ruse became the subject of the 2006 movie "The Hoax," starring Richard Gere. Irving served 17 months in federal prison for fraud after Hughes emerged to condemn the work as a fabrication. The bogus autobiography wasn't published until 1999, when it was printed as a private edition. The scam "was exciting. It was a challenge. It became an adventure," Irving told the Los Angeles Times in 2007. The International Herald Tribune called the fake autobiography "the most famous unpublished book of the 20th century." Time magazine dubbed Irving "Con Man of the Year" in a 1972 cover story. Irving said the idea of fabricating an autobiography of Hughes came to him after reading a magazine article about the billionaire's eccentric lifestyle. Hughes' hermit-like obsession with his privacy all but guaranteed that the "gorgeous literary caper" would succeed, Irving wrote in "The Hoax," his 2006 account of the scheme. "Hughes would never be able to surface to deny it, or else he wouldn't bother," he wrote. At the time of the hoax, Hughes had long withdrawn from his life as a powerful industrialist, aviator and filmmaker. He reportedly lived the final 10 years of his life, from 1966 to 1976, in near-total seclusion, even neglecting personal hygiene to avoid contact with the outside world. Hughes' intense aversion to publicity gave rise to skepticism about Irving's claims to have interviewed the billionaire. Irving insisted that he had several clandestine meetings with Hughes. He submitted to a lie-detector test and produced documents purportedly from the billionaire, including a handwritten letter written to McGraw-Hill. The letter, forged by Irving, was deemed authentic by handwriting analysts hired by McGraw-Hill. At that point, the publisher decided to move forward with the book. Irving put the cash advance into a Swiss bank account, opened in the name Helga R. Hughes. The deception unraveled when investigative reporter James Phelan, writing a book about Hughes, recognized passages of his work in an excerpt from Irving's manuscript of the autobiography. Hughes himself then surfaced to conduct a telephone conference with reporters during which he repudiated Irving's story and said that he never met him. His lawyer sued Irving and his publisher. At the urging of McGraw-Hill, Swiss authorities investigated the Helga R. Hughes bank account and learned that the deposits had been made by Irving's wife, Edith. Irving and his collaborator, Richard Suskind, were indicted on fraud charges and were found guilty in June 1972. In addition to his prison term, Irving returned the $765,000 advance to McGraw-Hill. Suskind was sentenced to six months and served five. Edith Irving served a total of 16 months in U.S. and Swiss jails for fraud. She left jail announcing her intent to file for divorce. Irving was unhappy with the movie version of his escapades and asked to have his name removed from the credits as a technical adviser. In all, Irving wrote more than a dozen books. In recent years, he and fifth wife Julie lived in Mexico, Colorado and Florida. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f6f4844e1952538d1db64aaa48872e4f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SYND 18-8-72 INTERVIEW WITH EDITH IRVING, WIFE OF CLIFFORD IRVING

SYND 18-8-72 INTERVIEW WITH EDITH IRVING, WIFE OF CLIFFORD IRVING

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(18 Aug 1972) Interview with Edith Irving, wife of Clifford Irving, currently serving 2 months in prison for her part in the the forgery of the Howard Hughes Biography You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6ee74b9af3597a5e8ece3af5757fb74b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SYND 29-8-72 HOAX AUTHOR, CLIFFORD IRVING, BEGINS JAIL SENTENCE

SYND 29-8-72 HOAX AUTHOR, CLIFFORD IRVING, BEGINS JAIL SENTENCE

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(28 Aug 1972) Clifford Irving, found guilty of faking Howard Hughe's autobiography, begins serving a prison sentence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d84f6aed77632b3b13e7ab2f7ceba072 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SYND 15-2-74 CLIFFORD IRVING RELEASED IN NEW YORK AND SPEAKS TO PRESS

SYND 15-2-74 CLIFFORD IRVING RELEASED IN NEW YORK AND SPEAKS TO PRESS

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(14 Feb 1974) Clifford Irving, writer of false "autobiography" of Howard Hughes, is released in New York and speaks to reporters. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e9013a0437aee529467c0c5650645f9c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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F  for FAKE (O.Welles,1974).

F for FAKE (O.Welles,1974).

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Documental sobre el fraude y las falsificaciones que se centra en la figura del falsificador Elmyr de Hory y su biógrafo, Clifford Irving, autor que también escribió la fraudulenta biografía de Howard Hughes. Así mismo relata la reclusión de Hughes y la carrera de Welles, que comenzó con la emisión radiofónica de una falsa invasión marciana: "The War of the Worlds". (FILMAFFINITY) Orson Welles' free-form documentary about fakery focusses on the notorious art forger Elmyr de Hory and Elmyr's biographer, Clifford Irving, who also wrote the celebrated fraudulent Howard Hughes autobiography, then touches on the reclusive Hughes and Welles' own career (which started with a faked resume and a phony Martian invasion). On the way, Welles plays a few tricks of his own on the audience. Grabación de sonido administrado por CD Baby TÍTULO ORIGINAL F. for Fake (Vérités et mensonges)
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Remembering Clifford Irving

Remembering Clifford Irving

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Howard Hughes prankster, Clifford Irving dies aged 87 | Breaking News US/Australia

Howard Hughes prankster, Clifford Irving dies aged 87 | Breaking News US/Australia

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★More News Channel - Entertainment Video►► http://bit.ly/2zUac3v Clifford Irving, whose scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s, died after being admitted to hospice care aged 87.Irving's wife, Julie Irving, confirmed that he died Tuesday at a hospice near his Sarasota home in Florida, The New York Times reported.She said he had been admitted there after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a week earlier.A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes.This is a less profitable rouse than that of The Hitler Diaries. Konrad Kujau faked sixty volumes of journals that he claimed were written by Adolf Hitler. The books were bought for 9.9 million Deustch Marks (around $4 million) in 1981.Clifford Irving's elaborate ruse became the subject of the 2006 movie 'The Hoax,' starring Richard Gere.Irving served 17 months in federal prison for fraud after Hughes emerged to condemn the work as a fabrication. The bogus autobiography wasn't published until 1999, when it was printed as a private edition.The scam 'was exciting. It was a challenge. It became an adventure,' Irving told the Los Angeles Times in 2007.The International Herald Tribune called the fake autobiography 'the most famous unpublished book of the 20th century.' Time magazine dubbed Irving 'Con Man of the Year' in a 1972 cover story.Irving said the idea of fabricating an autobiography of Hughes came to him after reading a magazine article about the billionaire's eccentric lifestyle.Hughes' hermit-like obsession with his privacy all but guaranteed that the 'gorgeous literary caper' would succeed, Irving wrote in 'The Hoax,' his 2006 account of the scheme.'Hughes would never be able to surface to deny it, or else he wouldn't bother,' he wrote.At the time of the hoax, Hughes had long withdrawn from his life as a powerful industrialist, aviator and filmmaker. He reportedly lived the final 10 years of his life, from 1966 to 1976, in near-total seclusion, even neglecting personal hygiene to avoid contact with the outside world.Hughes' intense aversion to publicity gave rise to skepticism about Irving's claims to have interviewed the billionaire.Irving insisted that he had several clandestine meetings with Hughes. He submitted to a lie-detector test and produced documents purportedly from the billionaire, including a handwritten letter written to McGraw-Hill.The letter, forged by Irving, was deemed authentic by handwriting analysts hired by McGraw-Hill. At that point, the publisher decided to move forward with the book.Irving put the cash advance into a Swiss bank account, opened in the name Helga R. Hughes.The deception unravelled when investigative reporter James Phelan, writing a book about Hughes, recognized passages of his work in an excerpt from Irving's manuscript of the autobiography.Hughes himself then surfaced to conduct a tel
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"A History of Our Rights"

"A History of Our Rights"

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a short film by Lisa Russell about the Clifford Irving - Howard Hughes biography case, one of Alan Hruska's most famous cases as a litigator
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Clifford Irving, whose ‘autobiography’ of Howard Hughes nearly fooled the nation, dies a

Clifford Irving, whose ‘autobiography’ of Howard Hughes nearly fooled the nation, dies a

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LIB 3-5-74 EDITH IRVING RELEASED FROM PRISON

LIB 3-5-74 EDITH IRVING RELEASED FROM PRISON

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(3 May 1974) Edith Irving released from prison after serving a sentence for fraud in relation to the fake biograohy of Howard Hughes written by Mrs. Irving and her husband Clifford. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1b9f6cf466b481b0f45d905d14adf67a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Clifford Irving Author of a Notorious Literary Hoax Dies at 87

Clifford Irving Author of a Notorious Literary Hoax Dies at 87

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American author Clifford Irving died at  87

American author Clifford Irving died at 87

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Clifford Michael Irving was born on November 5, 1930 and died on December 19, 2017. He was an American novelist and investigative reporter. Although he published 20 novels, he is best known for an "autobiography" allegedly written as told to Irving by billionaire recluse Howard Hughes.The fictional work was to have been published in 1972. After Hughes denounced him and sued the publisher, McGraw-Hill, Irving and his collaborators confessed to the hoax. http://deadobituary.com/
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Clifford Irving, author of bogus Howard Hughes autobiography, dies at 87

Clifford Irving, author of bogus Howard Hughes autobiography, dies at 87

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Clifford Irving, author of notorious Howard Hughes literary hoax, dies at 87 - LA Times

Clifford Irving, author of notorious Howard Hughes literary hoax, dies at 87 - LA Times

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Untitled Modiglianis - featuring Clifford Irving from "F for Fake"

Untitled Modiglianis - featuring Clifford Irving from "F for Fake"

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Featuring an interview with Clifford Irving - and the work of Joseph, Sofia, Sophie, Veronica, Nathan, Boris and (a posthumous) Orson Welles. With footage from "F for Fake," (1975).
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Breaking News - Howard Hughes prankster, Clifford Irving dies aged 87

Breaking News - Howard Hughes prankster, Clifford Irving dies aged 87

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Clifford Irving, whose scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s, died after being admitted to hospice care aged 87.Irving's wife, Julie Irving, confirmed that he died Tuesday at a hospice near his Sarasota home in Florida, The New York Times reported.She said he had been admitted there after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a week earlier.A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes.This is a less profitable rouse than that of The Hitler Diaries. Konrad Kujau faked sixty volumes of journals that he claimed were written by Adolf Hitler. The books were bought for 9.9 million Deustch Marks (around $4 million) in 1981.Clifford Irving's elaborate ruse became the subject of the 2006 movie 'The Hoax,' starring Richard Gere.Irving served 17 months in federal prison for fraud after Hughes emerged to condemn the work as a fabrication. The bogus autobiography wasn't published until 1999, when it was printed as a private edition.The scam 'was exciting. It was a challenge. It became an adventure,' Irving told the Los Angeles Times in 2007.The International Herald Tribune called the fake autobiography 'the most famous unpublished book of the 20th century.' Time magazine dubbed Irving 'Con Man of the Year' in a 1972 cover story.Irving said the idea of fabricating an autobiography of Hughes came to him after reading a magazine article about the billionaire's eccentric lifestyle.Hughes' hermit-like obsession with his privacy all but guaranteed that the 'gorgeous literary caper' would succeed, Irving wrote in 'The Hoax,' his 2006 account of the scheme.'Hughes would never be able to surface to deny it, or else he wouldn't bother,' he wrote.At the time of the hoax, Hughes had long withdrawn from his life as a powerful industrialist, aviator and filmmaker. He reportedly lived the final 10 years of his life, from 1966 to 1976, in near-total seclusion, even neglecting personal hygiene to avoid contact with the outside world.Hughes' intense aversion to publicity gave rise to skepticism about Irving's claims to have interviewed the billionaire.Irving insisted that he had several clandestine meetings with Hughes. He submitted to a lie-detector test and produced documents purportedly from the billionaire, including a handwritten letter written to McGraw-Hill.The letter, forged by Irving, was deemed authentic by handwriting analysts hired by McGraw-Hill. At that point, the publisher decided to move forward with the book.Irving put the cash advance into a Swiss bank account, opened in the name Helga R. Hughes.The deception unravelled when investigative reporter James Phelan, writing a book about Hughes, recognized passages of his work in an excerpt from Irving's manuscript of the autobiography.Hughes himself then surfaced to conduct a telephone conference with reporters during which he repudiated Irving's AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5200895/Clifford-Irving-Howard-Hughes-prankster-died-87.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Eye To Eye: Richard Gere's Latest Film (CBS News)

Eye To Eye: Richard Gere's Latest Film (CBS News)

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Clifford Irving fooled the world with his fake autobiography of Howard Hughes. Richard Gere talks with Erin Moriarty about playing the master of the hoax in his latest film. (CBSNews.com)
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The Hoax | 'The Check' (HD) - Richard Gere, Alfred Molina | MIRAMAX

The Hoax | 'The Check' (HD) - Richard Gere, Alfred Molina | MIRAMAX

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Irving uses the publishers' increasing desire for the hit autobiography to leverage even larger paychecks for himself and "Hughes." In this scene: Clifford Irving (Richard Gere), Shelton Fisher (Stanley Tucci) About The Hoax: The Hoax is the thrilling and unbelievably true story of the man who nearly pulled off the media scam of the 20th century. In the early 1970s, author Clifford Irving writes a fake biography of reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes, claiming that Hughes commissioned it, and sells the book to publishing giant McGraw-Hill. His credibility continually questioned as the ante is upped at every turn, Irving is forced to maintain the increasingly difficult charade as he strong-arms McGraw Hill to pay an unheard-of one million dollars for the rights to the story, acquires the illegally procured documents that will provide the foundation for the book and works around the clock to meet his publisher's deadline. About Miramax: Miramax is a global film and television studio best known for its highly acclaimed, original content. Connect with Miramax Online: Subscribe to Miramax on YOUTUBE: http://miram.ax/subscribe Follow Miramax on TWITTER: http://miram.ax/Twitter Follow Miramax on INSTAGRAM: http://miram.ax/Instagram Follow Miramax on PINTEREST: http://miram.ax/Pinterest Follow Miramax on TUMBLR:http://miram.ax/Tumblr Visit Miramax on our WEBSITE: http://miram.ax/web http://www.youtube.com/Miramax The Hoax | 'The Check' (HD) - Richard Gere, Alfred Molina | MIRAMAX https://youtu.be/A5QJdSqGhXE
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NEXUS Sessions - Clifford Irving b2b Nicolson - Vinyl Special

NEXUS Sessions - Clifford Irving b2b Nicolson - Vinyl Special

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In preparation for the next instalment of NEXUS parties in Brasil: SP on September 14th and POA on September 16th, Head honcho Nicolson has recorded a very special vinyl only B2B with our special guest for these parties: Clifførd Irving.
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Eye To Eye: Richard Gere's Latest Film

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Clifford Irving fooled the world with his fake autobiography of Howard Hughes. Richard Gere talks with Erin Moriarty about playing the master of the hoax in his latest film. (CBSNews.com)
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Remembering Dick Enberg, Mamie “Peanut” Johnson, Clifford Irving

Remembering Dick Enberg, Mamie “Peanut” Johnson, Clifford Irving

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There Is No Crying At Cooperstown THE VERSATILE SPORTSCASTER, THE AMAZING NEGRO LEAGUE FEMALE PITCHER, AND AN INTERNATIONAL HOAX Dick Enberg was one of the most prolific sportscasters of our generation. He broadcast every sport from baseball to the Olympics with a knowledgeable, listenable style. He is one of the only members of the broadcast wings of the Halls of Fame for baseball, football and basketball. Mamie “Peanut” Johnson was the African-American girl who played professional baseball in the 1950’s as a pitcher for the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro Leagues. Clifford Irving was the writer who produced an autobiography of Howard Hughes that generated worldwide publicity but was ultimately discovered to be a hoax. Richard Alan Enberg (January 9, 1935 – December 21, 2017) was an American sportscaster. Over the course of an approximately 60-year career, he provided play-by-play for various sports on numerous radio and television networks, including NBC (19751999), CBS (2000–2014), and ESPN (2004–2011), as well for individual teams, such as UCLA Bruins basketball, Los Angeles Rams, California Angels and San Diego Padres. Enberg was well known for his signature on-air catchphrases "Touch 'em all" (for home runs) and "Oh, my!" (for particularly exciting and outstanding athletic plays). He also announced or hosted the Tournament of Roses Parade for many years, sometimes with the help of family members. Enberg retired from broadcasting in 2016. In the late 1960s, Enberg began a full-time sportscasting career in Los Angeles, working for KTLA television (anchoring a nightly sports report and calling UCLA Bruins basketball) and KMPC radio (calling Los Angeles Rams football and California Angels baseball). After every Angels victory, he would wrap up his broadcast with, "And the halo shines tonight," in reference to the "Big A" scoreboard at Anaheim Stadium and the halo at the top, which would light up for everyone in the area to see, particularly from the adjacent freeway. Enberg was named California Sportscaster of the Year four times during this period. n 1975, Enberg joined NBC Sports. For the next 25 years, he broadcast a plethora of sports and events for NBC, including the National Football League, Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the U.S. Open golf championship, college football, college basketball, the Wimbledon and French Open tennis tournaments, heavyweight boxing, Breeders' Cup and other horse racing events, and the Olympic Games. While on The NFL on NBC, Enberg called eight Super Bowls (alongside such former NFL players as of Merlin Olsen, Bob Trumpy, Phil Simms, and Paul Maguire), the last being Super Bowl XXXII in January 1998. Enberg also anchored NBC's coverage of Super Bowl XIII (called by Curt Gowdy) in 1979. He also called three Canadian Football League games in 1982 during the NFL strike. As NBC's voice of the Wimbledon tennis championships, the last tournament for him being in 1999 (alongside Bud Collins and, later, John McEnroe), Mamie Johnson Mamie "Peanut" Johnson (September 27, 1935 – December 19, 2017) was an American professional baseball player who was one of three women, and the first female pitcher, to play in the Negro Leagues. She was born in Ridgeway, South Carolina in 1935. She was signed by the Indianapolis Clowns in 1953, played with the team from 1953 to 1955, had a 33–8 win-loss record and a batting average of .262 Clifford Irving Clifford Michael Irving (November 5, 1930 – December 19, 2017) was an American novelist and investigative reporter. Although he published 20 novels, he is best known for an "autobiography" allegedly written as told to Irving by billionaire recluse Howard Hughes. The fictional work was to have been published in 1972. After Hughes denounced him and sued the publisher, McGraw-Hill, Irving and his collaborators confessed to the hoax. He was sentenced to ​2 1⁄2 years in prison, of which he served 17 months.[1] Irving wrote The Hoax (1981), his account of events surrounding the development and sale of the fake autobiography. The book was adapted as a 2006 biopic of the same name, starring Richard Gere as Clifford Irving. He continued to write, and published his later books as e-books available via Kindle and Nook
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